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temperatures first because they play a part in the system to start as rain in the city south and east and limit the amount of snow falling on pavement surfaces especially in southern areas and allentown and reading 42 degrees. looking at stormtracker 6 live double scan, did not expect the snow until after the rush. parts of berks county here. it is very fragments not well put together and fighting dry air but to the south and west there is heavier steadier snow and that is the front and low pressure is developing off the coastline and as the two come together. winter weather advisories until noon on wednesday, far west of the pennsylvania turnpike. this is where we have the frickiest trouble for the rush hour. 10:00 tonight we wait the snow in the delaware valley even at 10:00 tonight.
as it collapses at 2:00 in the morning, rain to the south and snow to the north and west and as we get into the morning rush 8:00 a.m. the colder air comes in to flip it to snow in south jersey and 8:00 a.m. it's ending to the northern and west and a quick hit of snow here overnight tonight and when we wake up tomorrow morning for the wednesday morning rush. it depends on your location. as to how horrible the rush will be. the city of philadelphia north and west it's snowing until 8:00ish with snowi lily and slippery roads. but to the south mainly wet with a few slick spots. ending snow at 9:00 a.m. in the morning. and i'll have the snow totals coming up if the full accuweather forecast. >> thank you. lets switch is live no walter perez. you are live in berks county, which will see the most snow
tonight. right? >> reporter: that is right. this morning it was a rough one as well for this part of berks county, a lot of accidents reported in this portion of the region more than allentown and easton for example. much of what fell this morning has already melted but it's not over yet. a coating of snow fell in west reading and most of it is gone as the region waits for the round of wintry weather. and it creates problems on the roads north and west of the region for the arrival of the evening rush. >> there was water on the roadways in the lehigh valley and up north in the poconos. so it did create for some slick conditions. but we did have crews out there. and crews on shifts throughout the day into tomorrow. this area remains under a winter weather advisory and this time tomorrow it's expected that 2 to 4 inches of snow will have fallen on these parts and
penndot officials are urging commuters not to sunday estimate the snow event. on the other hand take it slow. >> we have crashes from the roadways and people we say that, you know, we have crews out there but no matter what if you see weather coming down that could be slick drive appropriate. and slow down. you have to be our partners in safety and you have to drive appropriate. >> and so once again the brunt of what is coming this way is coming this evening into the overnight hours. hopefully, the folks in reading and west reading and this part of berks county have a better morning commute tomorrow than the one they had today. reporting live, walter perez, channel 6 "action news." >> drone 6 is over the northern part of the delaware river where the ice jam is causing concerns between morrisville and trenton and the river is flowing but still a large portion is crushed over with ice. the ice jam caused minor road
flooding on both sides of the river yesterday. and chopper 6 hd was over the river as the coast guard cutter worked to break up the ice, it cleared a path so that the river continues to flow downstream. "action news" is going on air ear early navigate what could be a slick commute. and check storm tracker 6 live on your tablet. the 6 abc app is a download for your mobile device. and now the eagle preparations for the nfc championship is in full swing. jaime apody caught up with some of the players and joins us live now in south philadelphia. >> reporter: hey there. here is something fun to think about it. the last time the eagles were in the super bowl in 2004 a long time ago they had to beat the vikings and the falcons to get there and when they got there they faced the patriots who are
of course heavy favorites to beat the jags and be the afc representatives yet again. and the nerves are flying high sealing the win against the atlanta falcons. 26 of the 53 players were playing in their first playoff game ever and now host another, at stake a spot in the super bowl. tory smith has been to the big show and has a ring with the ravens and talks about being 60 minutes away from a return trip. >> that is what you work hard for to be in the position. i have been there twice and i know what it's like when you win it and what it's like when you lose it. i cherish being in this position and knowing we worked hard to be there, and go out and do our job. it's one thing to talk about it and now it's here. it's a great opportunity. an opportunity is as good as you make it. >> 6 abc is the place to be for
the best eagles coverage, join the "action news" sports team friday night for the special preview party. live from chickie and petes, ducis and i will be joined by ron jawarksi only on channel 6. once again the birds are underdogs, would you have it any other way? 3.5 point underdogs. those masks that lane johnson and wayne long worry allowed in the stadium. if you didn't get yours, they are sold out on amazon, you can wear a t-shirt that lane johnson is sell issing with the proceeds going to the school districts of philadelphia. how to get an underdog t-shirt is on my facebook page. jaime apody on facebook. this game is going to the dogs and we love it. we'll be back with more at 5:00 and 6:00. >> today is the day if you were lucky you could have gotten your
hands on tickets today. they put a number of tickets on ticketmaster t was almost immediately after they went up they sold out. bob brooks tried to buy tickets exactly at 10:00 today. see how he faired. >> and eagles fans are great about showing off their team spirit. we'll look at the pictures and videos you have sent us. new jersey's 56th governor officially took office today. >> maintain the lawful rights of the said state, so help me god. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> with that democrat, phil murphy succeeds former governor, chris christie. and the chief soup justice swore fur my in using john f. kennedy's bible. >> we will never lose sight that we are one state and one family
with different beliefs but common dreams. and that we do not succeed unless we all succeed together. >> governor murphy is a former wall street executive and ambassador to germany. this is his first elected position. meantime an attempted theft turned into a shooting in kensington section of philadelphia. a 32-year-old man managed to grab cash from the family dollar store last night. when a security guard confronted him. the suspect pulled a knife and went after the guard. the guard hit the man in the leg and police arrived on the scene and started to go after him too and they used their taser. the suspect is hospitalized and the security guard is cooperating with the investigation. investigators looking into a stabbing in north philadelphia hope someone can identify this man.
that he went into the doe mincal beauty store on north 5th street and announced a robbery on december 23rd. a good samaritan tried to intervene and was stabbed in the process. are you asked to call police if you recognize him. it is time forever a first check of the "action news" traffic report. >> lets go live to gina gannon in the traffic center. >> the first look showing an accident out there. if you are a roosevelt boulevard commuter and coming from the northeast. an accident on the southbound side of the boulevard extension southbound approaching 76, you see it out here blocking the right hand lane, if you try to make your way to 76 it's crowded on the boulevard. we see delays back to wissahickon and the northbound we have the typical delays. northbound and now this is causing you a bigger gaper delayed. slowing you down from 76 to broad street. and here at the twin bridges approaching 76 it looks like
penndot on the scene and a few vehicles involved. and the taconymal pal my ra bridge is seeing an opening. and in west hamilton township 295 an accident northbound at the mount holly exit and delays to rancocas road and it's slow out there. delaware county a water main break on west oak lane shutting it down from providence road and bart ram avenue. >> thank you. and still ahead on "action news" at 4:00 today. a big development involving a rape investigation in montgomery county. see how detectives are using brand new dna technology to crack the case. and immigration showdown the president tries to clarify his contest.
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well, it has been a powerful and emotional day in a michigan courtroom to say the least as both victims and their parents share their gut-wrenching and stories of sexual abuse in the hands of olympic doctor larry nasser. he sat with his head down. he plead guilty to criminal misconduct for abusing girls under his car, some under the age of 13. he was the olympic doctor for four olympics and more than 40 have come forward to accuse him of abuse. yesterday simone biles added her number to the list.
and people say that these are the stories against him and talk about the system the powerful one they say that protected him. >> he used his power and position in society to earn our trust so he could use us force his own sexual pleasure and gratification, these treatments happened over and over again. eating away at my innocence at a child. >> perhaps you figured it out now little girls don't stay little forever. they grow into strong women that return to destroy your world. >> that woman right there, kyle stevens says that nasser started to sexually abuse her when she was just 6 years old and the michigan attorney generals office is seeking 40 to 125 years in prison for nasser. and that represented each girl and women coming forward to
share the stories and i listened to is many of them today as did many across the globe. >> an awful ordeal. the president thought to clarify his remarks responding to shouted questions saying we want them to come in from everywhere. that stands in high contrast to comments he made about haitians and africans. >> i don't think he was will served by his staff but he is responsible for the way he conducts himself and so i am. you can't blame that on the staff but i believe the staff was -- >> could that be general kelly. >> pretty much missed the mark. >> the stale make is deepening concern about a government shut down that would happen if no deal is reached by midnight on
friday. >> and white house physician, admiral ronny jackson released the results of the president's annual physical. he has high cholesterol and needs to lose 10 or 15 pounds but otherwise good health. and no signs of mental cognitive decline. >> lets check the indexes for you, they hit a record high and the net result was all three are down for the end of the day the dow down 10 and the s&p 500 down 10 and mcdonaldals changing their packaging and using renewable recycling materials and keep installing recycling bins in every restaurant. right now only 10% have them and mcdonald's is eliminating all
foam packaging from the end of the year from its restaurants. and adam joseph is here with accuweather. >> the snow is coming in from the south and east. and starts at rain in philadelphia and changes to snow, we are looking at a wet and snowy morning commute depending on the location. heading to the weather center a live look at sky 6 hd in spring mountain and one location that gets the majority of if in the form of snow. it's heavy wet snow, not the poweredy snow but they will take what they can get on the slopes. 43, warm in philadelphia and 43 in millville and 43 in beach haven and 42 in the lehigh valley valley and same for berks county and lancaster 33 degrees and most of the day tomorrow is just cloudy, just first thing early in the morning with left
over snowfall from 8:00, 9:00 toward the shore, 32 degrees then and on the border line we are freezing and stay near freezing in the afternoon with the clouds dominating the sky and breaks of sun north and west in the afternoon, we look at satellite and radar, this point of moisture with winter storm warnings and gulf coast state and texas and parts of louisiana dealing with the mixture of snow and sleet and freezing rain. that stretches up to western and central pennsylvania. and the same time you see precipitati precipitation blossom off of our storm. that takes winds from the east and we warmed it up in southern new jersey and delaware this afternoon. tonight temperatures eventually falling into the 20s north and west at 30 philadelphia and 32 in millville and rain going over to snow. and starting and staying as snow in those far north western areas, we'll break it down on future tracker 611:00 tonight
lancaster and reading and allentown snowing but even at 11:00 little happening across most of the area and then the coastal develops and kicks in with the front and rain wilmington and philadelphia and trenton 2:00 in the morning points south. snow steady to the north and west and then flips to snow in time for the rush for wilmington, philadelphia and trenton at 5:00 in the morning and rain down to the south and 7:00 in the morning the height of the morning rush hour it is snowing across most of the delaware valley and south jersey, and already ending at 7:00 a.m. lehigh valley and berks county and lancaster, and 9:00 a.m. it's over for philadelphia and lingering flurry as long the shore and the afternoon the return of some sunshine to the northern and west. it begins as snow in the lehigh valley and stays snow and snow for philly south and east and slick spots and mainly wet in delaware and new jersey. and little to nothing dover, atlantic city and wildwood.
coating to an inch for most of central new jersey and northern parts of delaware. and 2 to 4 inches near the lehigh valley and berks county and lancaster that is the trickiest spot for tomorrow morning. the four day at 4:00, morning snow and sun peaking out at 35 and brisk and sunny and chilly and 37. and mostly sunny on friday and 43 degrees and a lot of clouds but hey we are back to the 50s on saturday and even warmer for the eagles we'll chat about it in the next half hour guys. >> up next we'll look at your eagles fan photos including an original song written by a husband and wife. check it out.
detectors at the philadelphia fire academy. general manager of 6 abc, bernie prazenica, was there and karen rogers was there for the kickoff. and they talked about why the campaign is so important. >> we know and i have been to fires where our firefighters were going into the building they passed a family on the way out because they were alerted by a working smoke alarm. honesty we say they save lives, they really, really do. >> home depot and the tri-state toyota dealers association is helping to make this safety initiative possible. and there are other important tips you should kind in mind and we posted those on our website at 6abc.com. the ronald mcdonnell house is closer to helping families. pennsylvania governor, tom wolf approved a $1 million grand to expand the services, right now forced to turn away four out of five families that request assistance and mayor jim kenney
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the store owner's response to the backlash. >> and the small act of kindness with a huge impact. how an employees of a bensalem exbagel shop touched the lives of a couple without realizing it. and why the store owner is now on a mission to find the customers. and we begin with an accuweather alert with portions of our viewing area. parts of the lehigh valley could see a few inches of snow and others in philadelphia could see
a slushy icy mess can mix. lets get to adam joseph with the latest. >> reporter: you put it there. messy. no matter where you are it's slow weather they are wet or white. but the trickiest trouble is the far northwestern suburbs. where our winter weather is advisory is in effect now until noon tomorrow. extending north of the pennsylvania turnpike. bucks county, berks county, montgomery county and lancaster. and the warning until the appointment where they get close to a half foot of snow. that is where they want it on the ski slopes. that is the areas we are targeting for tomorrow morning. you see flurries trying to get towards reading and downtown lancaster, dry in the lehigh valley. expected to get through the evening rush without problems no matter where you were and eventually the snow works down
to the south as we go into the overnight hours. as we time this for you. it starts as snow and stays with all snow at the lehigh valley for this evening. it begins with a little bit of rain mixing with snow at 1:00 a.m. and 3:00 a.m. and for south jersey and delaware, it starts as rain. and will be a little tail end of snow. but that starts between 3:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. as rain in the far southern areas, the thing we have going here in the morning for us in move of south jersey, and extreme southern delaware is the air temperatures, they are near or above freezing after starting with rain overnight. that is why tomorrow morning's rush is not as bad in the southern areas, notice it's in the 20s north and west for the morning rush at 7:30, ain few inches of snow on the ground. that is a bad combination to start the wednesday morning. a red rush hour for points north
and west. and extreme south jersey and delaware rain going ore to brief snow in the morning and ending at 9:00ish with most of the roads wet there. but expect slick spots on the bridges and the overpasses and untreated surfaces. when i come back a closer look at the expected snowfall total map and tweaked it a little and showing you to you in the full accuweather forecast. >> you can get the latest updates on your phone or tablet. the 6 abc app is a free download for your mobile device. we turn now to new technology that could help to crack an unsolved rape case wide open. back in august a teenager was attacked running in montgomery county and six months later the investigators have no leads but that could change after today. sara bloomquist is live in norristown with details on the new dna development.
>> reporter: hi monica, investigators here in montgomery county are hoping this new dna technology will help them catch the man who violently rape aid 19-year-old girl in norristown farm park at gun point back in august. they hope to take a close look at this image, it should resemble the suspect and they hope that they can generate new leads and solve this case. >> we are here today to try to find a rapist. >> district attorney kevin steele called the news conference this afternoon to reveal the composite of the man wanted for a rape a 19-year-old girl on august 1st. >> through relatively new technology we try to put a face on the dna evidence that we have in the case. >> the process called c note typing, used the suspect's dna found at the the crime scene. and the lab in virginia was
analyzed to predict ancestry and physical appearance including the subject's eye color and skin color and hair color and face ship. >> in this case the dna has shown an vestry that is called african add mix. he is about 52% european, and 45% african. which is a fairly rare add mixture. since it's nearly 50/50. steele explains likely one parent is of european decent. but it has limitations. >> there is only so much we can predict we don't know the age or weight. default age of 25 and weight appropriate in this case. >> the teen was attacked on
stoney creek road from behind with a semi automatic weapon in his right hand and described him as a black male and was wearing a sweatshirt on an 80 degree day. >> this is a case that keeps us up at night. we need help. >> now, this test costs between 3,000 and $4,000. paid for by the montgomery district attorney's office. and there is a $10,000 reward leading to the identification and arrest of this suspect. if you have information contact montgomery county detectives or west norristown police. i'm sara bloomquist, channel 6 "action news." >> incredible technology thank you. police released new surveillance video, showing a man accused of shooting a good samaritan trying to protect a mother and her children in west
philadelphia. this the car that the robber as rived in harris barbershop. once inside, the gunman announced the robbery and a moment later one suspects and a 28-year-old jahlil frazer tried to stop the holdup tumbled out of the barbershop. frazier was shot several times. both robbers did escape. and frazer is still in critical condition, and if you have information on the robberies contract detectives. the designated sign-up is today until may 31st. william hite was there for the kickoff. anyone born on or before september 1 is eligible into a
former aide is in the hot seat as he is interviewed by the house intelligence committee. rick williams is live now in the newsroom with details on that. >> that is right. that meeting today comes the same day of a revealing "new york times" report say that steve bannon, was subpoenaed last week by robert mueller for the russian investigation. and what he is facing today and what he called on bannon to do concerning the investigation. >> coming up tonight at 5:00 closing the pay gap. how close citibank is to making the pay equal for all the employees regardless of gender and race. just some of the stories we are following for on "action news" at 5:00. back to you. >> thank you. well, the roller coaster forecast is taking a toll on the roads this winter.
the philadelphia streets department has filled 2600 potholes just since january 1st. this large hole in northeast philadelphia is not one of them. "action news" watched drivers try to navigate the 3 foot wide pothole this morning. city officialed say that computers could report problems by dialing 311. here is a story making us philly proud. this is red house bagels a staple on bristol pike in bensalem and has been for two decades now. on sunday mornings it's packed by loyal customers but one that has a special connection with the case. >> we get pork roll egg and cheese. >> and a plain bagel walt goes every week. and he brought his order on a laminated sheet of paper so would not forget it because he has alzheimer's.
he entered the patient care and will not be there. and his wife wanted to thank the staff for the kindness and patience so she left this note. know how important this was to myself and him. and nobody treated him differently and did this with a smile even though it was 7:00 a.m. on a sunday rush. the owner, richard redhouse, is trying to find walt and his family. >> i loved coming here and it's our 20th year and makes it all worthwhile and makes you want to help walt and get him his favorite sandwich again. >> so they only know his name is walt, they don't know his wife's name she signed it walt's wife. they want him to get the pork roll egg and cheese on the plain bagel. this one gets you today.
>> absolutely. what a nice staff. customer service to the next level. >> thanks. still to come on "action news" at 4:00, it's an advertisement this is an actual photo of martin luther king jr. used to sell guns in new mexico. and the owner is standing by his sales pitch. >> plus, has your timeline -- there an app to blame for that. what is behind all the museum portrait selfies. coming up in big talkers.
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beds with padlocks each of them malnourished. their parents are charged with torture and child endangerment. you may have notice the mlk sales but one in new mexico there was one that got people's attention. this is an ad for a gun shop in albuquerque offering deals on guns. it went viral with people saying guns? in the name of dr. king? people call it ironic and disturbing because he stood for non-violence and peaceful protest and he was killed with a gun. >> i think it's in bad taste. >> and i think others have used historic figures to sell things. >> i thought it was an
inappropriate depiction of dr. king, we celebrate some freedoms because of the work he did. >> he did not meant to offend anyone he did not design the ad but he is did approve it. >> fine art and selfies. two seemingly polar opposites are connecting the art world with google. an app treat your going wildly google. they say take a selfie to search thousands of artworks to see if you look like any of them. this new selfie feature has everyone including celebrities snapping celebrities and matching their faces to famous works of ard around the globe. the app is so on fire. apple and google says it was the top one download the this weekend. josh was not sure about his there. and kristin bell same.
certainly making art officials happy, an explosion of culture. everybody is thinking about the famous painting. our producer jessica did a selfie and brian and monica and gina, looking good guys. there is me and adam. if we were not someone's mousse before today. paint our picture. >> yours is really spot on. >> yours too. with the hair. >> you may have been that person in a prior life. >> wow. >> they gave a few years to adam on this one. >> thank you. lets get a check of the roads now. gina gannon yours is pretty. >> thank you. she had dark harry appreciate that. if you travel into delaware county, we see an accident a blurry shot here. you can see this is on the
southbound side of 95 past the commodore barry bridge we have police on the scene. if you take a look up here a penndot roving arrow out there. it's slowing you down. we have delays going back to the blue route. 95 southbound blue route to the commodore barry bridge and issue out here. and a tractor trailer we hear lost its wheels and be careful in the area and the delays with the left lane blocked and the right lane now. lets show you the big picture and i'm surprised by how light the delays were and 22 minutes on the schuylkill expressway. we'll take that any day of the week. look here at city avenue, 20 miles per hour. unheard of on the schuylkill. the roosevelt boulevard is crowded as well address the vine street expressway expressway and the roosevelt boulevard northbound side is heavy from 76 out to broad street and the southbound side finally recovered from the earlier accident at 4:00. again, just that congestion on the northbound side. back to you.
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a snowy start early in the morning and then once we get to thursday a sunny stretch starts and with that sunny stretch, we also are tracking, and this is the best part of the forecast it's about time that an extended january thaw is on the way. right now temperatures are in the 40s. i 95 all point down to the south, millville and dover and cape may 41 degrees and the numbers in the 40s again that plays a part in the forecast to start it as rain and limit how much snow sticks on the grown in the morning along the paved surfaces. you see the stretch of snow across west virginia the ohio valley. and western central parts of pennsylvania heading into new york state and at the same time the form of precipitation it's rain off the coast. this is the coastal storm that develops and misses us but links the to briefly together as it heads to the north and that pulls in the moisture being held
right now in central parts of pennsylvania. for tonight snow going over to rain for most of the us but snow is started there far north and west in the lehigh valley. and stays as snow and temperatures 27 there. and philadelphia points south right around the freezing point. 7:00 tonight, that is when we start to see the snow collapses into the lehigh valley. at least the steady snow starting to see a little flurry action up there. but 7:00 we are good across the delaware valley. and even at 11:00 tonight the snow line has not moved at all with it being dry in philadelphia. then it comes down as it links with the low off the coast 3:00 in the morning. and raining philadelphia and trenton and wilmington and points to the south and snowing to the north and with west. and flips to snow in time for the morning rush, 6:00 a.m. wilmington trenton and gloucester camden and northern burlington county. and 8:00 in the morning it breaks apart and ends west of the city at 8:00 a.m. and a
quick hit of snow in the southern areas and late morning and afternoon a lot of clouds with some returning sun. it begins as snow in the lehigh valley. and rain for the rest of us changing to snow and philadelphia to the south and east as you get closer to the morning rush, a slow morning commute especially in the pennsylvania counties with a few slick spots in southern delaware, new jersey, with mainly wet roads there. this is what we think barely nothing at all on the ground. you may see it fall again and then a coating to inch glassboro and mount holly and the edge of philadelphia and will withing ton and just to the north and west of the city up to the pennsylvania turnpike. 1 to 2 inches of snow and the far northern western suburbs, berks county we see 2 to 4 inches of snowfall. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast 35 morning snow tomorrow. with some returning sun in the afternoon. most of the day tomorrow is dry and quiet other than the
morning. and brisk and chilly thursday, 37. and mostly sunny friday into the 40s. and then as we head to the weekend saturday mostly cloudy 51 degrees. and as you pregame it for the eagles, 56 degrees despite clouds mild and staying warm with rain possible on monday. and still a bit above average on tuesday and quiet at 45 degrees. we get through this tomorrow morning and then to the 50s we go. >> okay sounds good. we have breaking news serious for folks that commute with septa. the broad street line in both directions is suspended because a person fell in the track area and using buses as they try to help that person it happened between the eerie and girard stations a moments ago. the broad street line suspended for now and we'll let you know when it goes back online.
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inches. it is tuesday night and the big story on "action news" is the careful watch on the storm's track. the snow arrives overnight and likely to cause issues for part of the morning commute and live now on sky 6 hd over the ben franklin and clouds have moved in and snow is coming and how much you get depends on where you live. annie mccormick is standing by live at the salt yard. and cecily tynan has more on the timing of the snow. >> reporter: hi rick, double scan live radar showing the band of snow out to the west. and moving more north than east. it's taking a long time to move into the philadelphia area. it's fighting dry air and also fighting slightly above temperatures in philadelphia and notice we do have light snow parts of lancaster county and berks county and the lehigh valley. and the poconos this really is not accumulating much but these areas will be getting the bulk